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  • Sensor Sense: Cylinder-Position Sensors
    the sensing face. A detector circuit analyzes this dampening to trigger the sensor output. A sensor placed at each desired position pinpoints the location of the piston within the cylinder. The most common locations are the home and endstroke positions, though other positions can be monitored. However
  • Small and cheap spectrometers
    usher in handheld spectrophotometers for detecting carbon monoxide, on-the-spot blood analysis, and other biomedical applications. Conventional spectrometers contain a narrow slit, a lens, a grating to separate wavelengths, a second lens, and a detector to measure light power at different wavelengths
  • MICRO: Product Technology News (February 2001)
    , suppressor module, and conductivity detector in one compact unit. Each IC has a flow path that is constructed of PEEK. The pump provides variable flow levels from 0.2 to 2.5 mL/min, while the detector has selectable thermostat temperatures from 25 to 45 C in 5 C steps. Peripherals are kept
  • Brushless washer maker finds reliability in screwless connections
    an infrared stop detector plus ultrasonic width, length, and height sensors to gauge vehicle dimensions. A computer then determines an optimum distance between spray nozzles and the vehicle, and moves a boom containing spray nozzles around the vehicle accordingly. Spring-pressure terminal blocks
  • Oil lasts longer in diesels, thanks to novel viscosity sensor
    into the engine. The viscosity of the oil is measured as it flows across the head of the sensor. The detector spots changes in fluid viscosity as the engine runs, alerting operators before there is serious damage. Viscosity, the measure of a fluid's resistance to flow, is a key physical parameter

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